Review: Goth band VAZUM’s album ‘Western Violence’

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Review: VAZUM’S album Western Violence – Release date June 6, 2024

Detroit post-punk/Goth duo VAZUM is bringing back an 80s sound in their latest album Western Violence. Zach Pliska (vocals, guitars) and Emily Sturm (vocals, bass) provide social commentary on the sign of the times with our favorites “Western Violence” (very Siouxsie & the Banshees),  “Breach,” (very Sister of Mercy) and “Blush” (very Cure). Also, check out the danceable “Embryo.” For those that know their music, the album is more upbeat and catchy than past albums. We just wish the mix could be punchier.

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1.Western Violence 04:18
2. Breach 03:40
3. Alien 04:42
4. Embryo 04:19
5. Get Out 05:27
6. Stellium 04:38
7. Blush 05:09
8. Done 05:28
9. Acteur 04:49
10. Exile 02:51
11. Nightshade 04:15
12. Precious Ones 03:12

 

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